Brian is a Certified Crawl Space Specialist, Certified Foundation Repair Specialist, and Certified Concrete Repair Specialist. Before joining Lowcountry Basement Systems, he spent 36 years of combined experience in HVAC, environmental health and services, foundation repair, crawl space repair, and basement waterproofing. Brian is from Tyrone, GA and currently resides in Ellabell, GA. He enjoys hunting, fishing, target shooting, kayaking, camping, and off-roading in Jeeps he has customized.
At Lowcountry Basement, we work every day to deliver a wow experience and challenge the status quo. One way we do that is by walking alongside the best in the industry. In Brian’s words, “I love working for a family-owned business. It's awesome to know that I'm helping customers protect one of their biggest assets: their home. This company is based on integrity and they provide permanent solutions that actually fix the problem according to science.” We’re thrilled to have Brian as a part of the Lowcountry Basement team as we work to redefine our industry.
This Mount Pleasant, SC homeowner noticed issues with his crawl space when his floors were sagging due to weakened floor joists and moisture issues. He called Lowcountry Basement Systems to schedule a free inspection.
Our inspector, Brian Townsel, suggested that he get the crawl space totally encapsulated with our CleanSpace system to prevent further moisture problems from weakening his foundation and causing more settlement issues. CleanSpace is a seven-layer reinforced laminate that isolates the home from the earth completely and reduces humidity levels.
After three days of installation, the crawl space was completely encapsulated and the homeowner was thrilled with the results!
This home in Allendale, SC is on the National Register of Historic Places. The owners trusted Lowcountry Basement Systems to fix their waterproofing problems. We were happy to help. If you are experiencing water retention problems, give us a call. Maybe our TripeSafe sump pump can help you too.
This Estill, SC Sawmilling Company contacted Lowcountry Basement Systems when the owner noticed standing water in the crawl space of the office and sagging floors. He was concerned about the foundation, so he scheduled an appointment with an inspector to receive a free estimate for encapsulation.
Lowcountry Basement Systems' inspector, Brian Townsel, thoroughly inspected the building's crawl space and suggested that the owner encapsulate it with CleanSpace, a seven-layer reinforced polyethylene that isolates the home from the earth and reduces humidity levels.
After a few days of installing the CleanSpace moisture barrier, the Sawmilling office's crawl space was clean and moisture free. The owners were thrilled with the results!
Encapsulating your crawl space protects your home from moisture and the problems that come along with it: high humidity, mold, high energy costs, smelly odors and weakened floors. If you are experiencing any of these things, call us today. We can help.
Moisture and dampness can wreak havoc on crawl spaces. These Sylvania, GA homeowners knew they were having some sort of moisture issues, as their floors were sagging in places and the air in their home smelled musty after it rained. They researched crawl space issues online and called Lowcountry Basement Systems to encapsulate their crawl space.
Vented, dirt-floored crawl spaces are still permitted by building codes in many areas, despite the moisture and mold problems they cause. Lowcountry Basement’s Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System transformed this problem crawl space into a clean, dry area.
This Okatie, SC homeowner was trying to sell her home, but knew that her crawl space needed repair before putting it on the market. She called Lowcountry Basement Systems to schedule a free appointment with an inspector.
Our inspector Brian suggested that the crawl space needed to be encapsulated with our CleanSpace product, as well as installing a dehumidifier. Our CleanSpace isolates the home from the earth completely and reduces humidity levels. To keep the humidity levels low, we installed our SaniDry Sedona, which is a dehumidifier that maintains the relative humidity in the crawl space to prevent moisture and microbial growth.
When the project was complete, the homeowner was able to sell her home at a better price, where as a home with a dirty crawl space can depreciate the home's value by 10%. This homeowner was thrilled!
This Okatie, SC homeowner was in the process of selling her home but knew that her crawl space had moisture problems. She knew if she wanted to keep her home's value she needed to fix the problem, so she called Lowcountry Basement Systems to schedule an appointment with one of our inspectors.
Our inspector, Brian Townsel, suggested that she encapsulate the crawl space with CleanSpace, a seven-layer reinforced laminate that isolates the home from the earth completely and reduces humidity levels.
After ten days of fully encapsulating the entire crawl space, the home was moisture proof and the homeowner could sell her home at its full value. She was thrilled with the results!
This Okatie, SC homeowner became concerned about his crawl space when he noticed water pooling under his home after heavy rains. He contacted Lowcountry Basement Systems interested in a complete encapsulation for his crawl space and schedule an appointment with one of our inspectors.
Our inspector, Brian Townsel, carefully took notes and pictures of the problems in the crawl space and reported what he saw back to the homeowner. He suggested that he should have the crawl space encapsulated with our CleanSpace, a seven-layer reinforced polyethylene that isolates the home from the earth and reduces humidity levels.
After six days of installation, the homeowner's crawl space was encapsulated, clean and dry. The homeowner was thrilled!
CleanSpace was installed to reduce moisture from the crawl space. The project took one day to complete, and the homeowner was happy with the job.
Every time it rained the garage would flood and the soil beneath the driveway would wash away.
Lowcountry Basement Systems brought its waterproofing knowledge and experience to help the homeowner direct rainwater away from the driveway and foundation. We installed a drainage system, just before the entry point of the driveway.
This Eatonton, GA crawl space had standing water causing high humidity which was a threat to his subfloor. Lowcountry Basement Systems did a free inspection and installed a Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System to protect the crawl space and subfloors of the house.
This Statesboro, GA homeowner became concerned about his crawl space when he noticed most of his insulation was falling and the ground was dirty and wet. He contacted Lowcountry Basement Systems to schedule a free appointment with one of our inspectors.
Our inspector, Brian Townsel, suggested that he encapsulate the crawl space with our CleanSpace, a seven-layer reinforced polyethylene that isolates the home from the earth and reduces humidity levels. The homeowner agreed, and the liner transformed the crawl space into a clean and dry environment!
After four days of installation, the crawl space was complete and the homeowner was thrilled!
Nasty smells in the house and rotting subfloors are results of high humidity in your crawl space. Our Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System drastically reduces the amount of moisture vapor in the crawl space, preventing problems like this. Are your floors weak? Do you smell musty odors in the house? Give us a call, we can help.
This Sandersville, GA homeowner became concerned when he noticed moisture around the air conditioner vents and ductwork in his crawl space. After doing some research online. he decided to call Lowcountry Basement Systems and schedule a free appointment with one of the inspectors.
Lowcountry Basement Systems' inspector, Brian Townsel, went to Sandersville and thoroughly inspected the crawl space. He suggested that he encapsulate the crawl space with CleanSpace, a seven-layer reinforced polyethylene that isolates the home from the earth and reduces humidity levels.
After two days of installation, the crawl space was completely encapsulated and the homeowner was very happy with the outcome!
These homeowners in Brooklet, GA had created a makeshift foundation stabilizer out of concrete blocks and plywood. They knew the condition of their foundation was nothing to mess around with, so they contacted the professionals at Lowcountry Basement Systems.
We came out and inspected the condition of the area, and knew right away that Smartjacks would be the perfect solution for this home. SmartsJacks are designed to stabilize your sinking foundation. Each SmartJack is capable of supporting 60,000 lbs of pressure which is far stronger than conventional concrete repairs.
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Over time, the homeowner noticed their floors weren't level and call foundation repair specialist, Lowcountry Basements Systems for a free inspection.
This home in Milledgeville, GA had walls that were sinking, resulting in unsightly cracks in the foundation. Push piers were installed to lift the walls back into their original position and permanently support the foundation. Our Push Piers permanently stabilize your home’s foundation and in many cases can lift your home back to level.
This Milledgeville, GA homeowner contacted Lowcountry Basement Systems to get his crawl space totally encapsulated to prevent moisture and water intrusion issues. We scheduled a time to meet at the home for a free inspection of his crawl space.
Our inspector suggested that the crawl space be isolated from the earth with our CleanSpace product, which is an extremely durable 20-mil thick liner. We also installed a SaniDry dehumidifier to keep the crawl space dry from high humidity moisture.
The homeowner could immediately see the results when opening his crawl space door, and was thrilled with the outcome!
Moisture in a crawl space can cause many problems in a home. This Milledgeville, GA homeowner had problems with excess water in her crawl space after heavy rains. The solution was to install a Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System to reduce moisture and remove humidity from the crawl space.
Wayne R. of Milledgeville, GA had pests roaming around in his crawl space. The area beneath his home was nasty, and there was strong evidence of mold. Wayne called Lowcountry Basement Systems to help him with his crawl space problem.
Lowcountry Basement Systems sealed the crawl space from earth. Moisture was removed with a SuperSump sump pump. A SaniDry dehumidifier was installed to reduce the humidity in the crawl space. After the project was complete there was no sign of pests and the mold stopped growing.
Ken W. of Miledgeville, GA had hired a pest control company to spray his house. During the process, mold was noticed in the crawl space. Ken did some research online, then decided to call Lowcountry Basement Systems for help.
Lowcountry Basement Systems installed a Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System to remove moisture and reduce the humidity in the crawl space. After two weeks, Ken’s wife noticed she had an easier time breathing in the home and her allergies weren’t as irritated as they had been.
Lisa G. of Savannah, GA finally had enough of walking around the cupping floors in her house. She had changed her walking patterns to avoid the sinking, squeaking areas, she knew she had to fix the problem. Lisa was also worried about mildew in her crawl space causing health problems. She researched online for causes of floor issues and found LowcountryBasementSystems.com.
Lisa scheduled a free inspection, the inspector from Lowcountry Basement Systems visited Lisa’s home for a thorough inspection. He noted the crawl space had moisture issues which caused the soft spots in the floor. The inspector suggested that Lisa install a Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System, to isolate the home from the earth and prevent humidity and water from entering the crawl space. Lisa agreed to have the work done, and within just a few days she noticed a remarkable difference. Her floors were level again and she no longer had to worry about any mildew coming through the floors or vents from her crawl space.
This Savannah, GA homeowner was a previous customer of Lowcountry Basement Systems in 2014. They were so happy with the results from their previous problem, that they wanted us to come back out to install more SmartJacks under their crawl space!
They previously had a damaged joist in the crawl space that we fixed with our SmartJacks, which are used as a column support that lifts sagging floor joists. The homeowner had us return and install more SmartJacks in their crawl space to insure a safe foundation.
This homeowner was once again thrilled with the results!
Mike and Michele F. of Savannah, GA recently purchased a home they wanted to remodel. Savings on heating and cooling costs was a priority to the new homeowners, so Mike went online and researched remodeling tips and tricks. He came across LowcountryBasementSystems.com and read about the encapsulation process for crawl spaces which help keep energy costs low. Mike called for a free estimate.
An inspector visited the home and thoroughly evaluated the crawl space and the home above. Mike noted his floors were cold and figured the encapsulation would help with that. The inspector confirmed Mike was correct. A custom solution was put in place for Mike and Michele to seal their crawl space. Over 2,600 square feet of CleanSpace liner was installed as part of the Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System, and SilverGlo rigid foam insulation completed the project. Mike and Michele were thrilled with the results and their next electricity bill!
Mike and Michelle F. of Savannah, GA wanted to remodel their home. But, before they did, they wanted to encapsulate the crawl space to prevent future issues, and they wanted to save money on their electric bill. Mike called the experts at Lowcountry Basement Systems for a free inspection of his crawl space.
Lowcountry Basement Systems recommended installing a Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System to protect the foundation of the home. The inspector told Mike to expect a lower electric bill. Mike was thrilled with the results.
This homeowner was experiencing high humidity levels that were wreaking havoc on their hardwood floors. We were able to help them get their moisture issues under control with our Cleanspace system.
This customer was experiencing sagging floors and a crawl space in awful shape. We were able to go in and reinforce her floors and help her crawl space to look much better!
This Savannah, GA homeowner contacted Lowcountry Basement Systems when he became concerned about the amount of water that was underneath his crawl space after a storm. We scheduled him for a free appointment with one of our inspectors.
Our inspector, Brian Townsel, carefully took notes and images of the crawl space to show the homeowner. He suggested that the crawl space should be encapsulated with our CleanSpace, a seven-layer reinforced polyethylene that isolates the home from the earth and reduces humidity levels. We also installed our SaniDry Sedona, a dehumidifier that maintains the relative humidity in the crawl space to prevent moisture and microbial growth.
After just three days of installation, the crawl space was encapsulated and safe from flooding stormwater. The homeowner was thrilled!
Bill and Cherie M. of Savannah, GA called Lowcountry Basement Systems about their unfinished crawl space. The crawl space smelled musty, some areas showed signs of microbial growth, and there was standing water puddles. Bill and Cherie wanted to fix the problem right the first time, so they called Lowcountry Basement Systems.
Lowcountry Basement Systems sent an inspector to the home and recommended installing a Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation. The system would reduce the humidity and remove the moisture. With the system in place Bill and Cherie noticed their problems were gone in two weeks! They were thrilled!
Our CleanSpace Encapsulation System was the perfect fit for this crawl space in Swainsboro, GA. Our encapsulation system protected the home from the moist earth underneath, preventing mold and rot from destroying the home from the ground up.